Full/Blue Moons were the topic of the day this week. Much lunacy ensued, but definitely no cacology.
“Sheep in Wolf’s Clothing: Why I believe Introverts Make Better Extroverts” was the title of Julian’s speech. From Project 4 of the Competent Communication manual Julian told us all how introverts can plan and adapt to integrate into society and rule the world with their calming nature.
Darrell’s speech, called “Dissing Dysfunction in the Workplace”, touted the merits of Zachary Wong’s book Human Factors in Project Management. Darrell gave us a few ideas on handling interpersonal problems at work. The speech was Project 5 from the advanced manual Persuasive Speaking.
Both speakers were in time and Julian won the votes.
During Table Topics, Scott told us a few more facts about the moon. He asked Andy if he believed the full moon created lunatic behavior, to which Andy replied that it did bring the circus to town in North Carolina. Tim told us he had wrongly judged a book by its cover in a coworker, but everything worked out fine. Douglas told us about his favorite first day of school – where his dad told the school Douglas would not be attending and took Douglas dove hunting instead. Everyone loved Douglas’s speech so much that he won Table Topics this week.